Terrance strongly believes that with God, anything is possible and he is very excited to join the FOX 47 Team.
The Minnesota native received his degree in Broadcast Journalism from Tougaloo College, a private historically black liberal arts institution, located on the northern edge of Jackson, Mississippi. Under the guidance of his Advisor Mr. Karlos Sanders, Terrance received the hands-on guidance he needed to work in news.
After interning at WAPT-TV with the help of Anchor Stephanie Maxwell, Terrance began his television career at WABG-TV in Greenville, Mississippi, shortly after graduating. After working in the Mississippi Delta for just 6 months, Terrance took on his second TV job as a Weekend Anchor and Reporter on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
That experience allowed Terrance to cover everything from the deadly Alabama tornadoes in 2011 to the massive floods of Hurricane Isaac in 2012. Throughout the experience, Terrance played a vital role in and outside of the newsroom, each day meeting new people and telling their stories.
His best memory on the coast was meeting the late Mrs. Lucimarion Roberts and her daughter, Good Morning America Anchor Robin Roberts. Unbeknownst to them, Terrance had been feeling discouraged that whole week. Not only were the women warm and encouraging, but Robin talked with Terrance about catching what she called a great newscast, that he anchored the night before. Terrance says that is a moment he will never forget and he can only hope to offer that same kind inspiration to others.
While he's been away for quite some time, Terrance is thrilled to be back in the Midwest. He's an advocate for people going after their dreams, whatever they may be and can't wait to get to know the people of Lansing, Michigan.
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